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Olympics
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The Cancer Olympics

By Robin McGee

Rating:  star star star star star 

THE CANCER OLYMPICS tells the heart-rending story of a middle-aged woman’s battle against colorectal cancer. The story begins with Canadian author Robin McGee, a physically fit psychologist, wife and mother in her 40s.

Commuter
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The Commuter

By Patrick Oster

Rating:  star star star star star 

Author Patrick Oster’s novel, THE COMMUTER, centers around the question: What happens when your curiosity of strangers gets the best of you? This story follows Barnaby Gilbert, a man whose life gets a lot more interesting after he’s laid off from his job.

Hockey
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The Hockey Saint

By Marcia Inoue, Howard Shapiro, Andres Mossa

Rating:  star star star star star 

High school aged Tom Leonard gets the nerve to meet his hockey mentor Jake, and discovers that even mentors have their demons. Together the two of them battle both Jake and Tom’s demons in this heartwarming tale of friendship.

HeShe
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He & She

By Wayne Clark

Rating:  star star star star star 

A man of meager ambition and accomplishment experiences a midlife crisis that launches him into the world of S&M.

Questioning
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Questioning Protocol

By Randi Redmond Oster

Rating:  star star star star star 

QUESTIONING PROTOCOL is an eye-opening narrative replete with humor, hope, and, most importantly, helpful tips about the health care system. No parent wants to see his or her child suffer.

Blooded
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Blooded

By D Hart St Martin

Rating:  star star star star star 

The third installment in the Lisen of Solsta series, BLOODED tracks the journey of Lisen, ex-valley girl and reluctant ruler, as she at last ascends her rightful throne as Empir of the other-dimensional Garla.

Melt
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Melt

By Selene Castrovilla

Rating:  star star star star star 

MELT tells the story of two teenagers from opposite worlds who fall in love with each other despite how their circumstances threaten to tear them apart.

Maui
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21 Days in Maui

By PL Como

Rating:  star star star star star 

In a beautifully down-to-earth illustrated journal of sorts, author P.L. Como reveals how a 21-day experience in Maui transforms her. Como leaves her corporate job, home , her soon-to-be-ex-husband, dogs and heads to Maui in an effort to ditch the ego’s needs and wants and find her voice.

Woody
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Woody Allen Reel to Real

By Alex Sheremet

Rating:  star star star star star 

Few celebrities present a more polarizing presence than Woody Allen. Yet much of that opinion has little to do with his professional contributions.

Rain
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War of Rain

By HW Vivian

Rating:  star star star star star 

WAR OF RAIN tells the story of Miri, a 15-year-old who lives in Boreala, a village in a parched desert where Rain is venerated. The citizens of Boreala compete with neighboring Stratos for Rain.

52
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The 52nd

By Dela

Rating:  star star star star star 

An immortal family of gods, goddesses, and demi-gods watch over a cycle of sacrifices to appease the denizens of the Underworld. For the first time, a sacrifice will survive, setting into motion an adventure tinged with romance that shatters the uneasy balance

Kingdom
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The Kingdom of Assassins

By Eric Mackenzie

Rating:  star star star star star 

THE KINGDOM OF ASSASSINS is a global political thriller taking place ten years in the future. The action begins with an attempted assassination in the deserts of Saudi Arabia that reveals threads of conflict in Iran and the United States as well